Progressive Web Apps for .NET Developers: An Overview

Session Abstract

Progressive Web Apps work anywhere from iOS to Windows, run offline and can make use of native functionality such as camera access or geolocation. Thinktecture’s Christian Liebel shows you the technological foundations of this very promising application model, demonstrates how your PWAs can integrate with the Windows Runtime and what the new Chromium-based Edge means for Progressive Web Apps.

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